Deaf Roots and Pride NI are celebrating their 5th birthday and would like to invite you to join them at The Ramp House, Belfast, to hit the ramps with BMXs, scooters and skateboards.
BDA, in partnership with Alzheimer’s Society and University of Manchester, are working on a 1 year project to improve support for Deaf carers caring for a person living with dementia.
The BDA NI has a new project that aims to ‘Enhance Deaf People’s Communication Access to Justice’ in Northern Ireland and will work in partnership with Queen’s University (Belfast), Syracuse University College of Law and Rowan University College of Education (United States).
The British Deaf Association (NI) is pleased to announce that they will be holding a series of six specially arranged PIP Road Shows for Deaf Sign Language Users.
The SDLP’s Deputy Leader, Nicola Mallon, has issued a press release welcoming changes made to the PIP assessment process for deaf applicants.
Today, in a landmark moment, legislation for an Irish Sign Language Act has passed through the Oireachtas (legislature of the Irish Republic). The ‘Irish Sign Language for the Deaf Community’ Bill, which was put forward by Fíanna Fáil Senator Mark Daly, will be signed into law in the coming days by President Michael D Higgins